Nostradamus C2 Q93: Ship of death signifies the End of Days for many in the 21stC.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
fourth line of text in this verse talks of conflagration followed by a
inundation and this same combination is seen as part of the flood message in
and I find that the
world before the universal conflagration will experience many deluges
with inundations so high that there will be no soil that is not covered
by water; and this will be for such a long time that all would be lost
except for the records of enographies and topographies. Also before and
after such inundations, in most countries, the rains will be in demand,
and from the heavens will fall a great abundance of fire and white-hot
stones, so nothing shall remain that is not consumed. And all this is
to occur, in brief, before the last conflagration...1555
Preface to Cesar (PCE8)
The fourth line also contains two
critical anagrams, Eschaton(onChaste)
and Naglfar(nflagra). There are only two other anagrams for Eschaton in the whole text and only one
other for Naglfar. The word eschaton is an End-of-Days term while Naglfar
refers to the ship that is involved in the Nordic End-of-Days mythology.
is described in the Prose
Edda as a ship made entirely
from the fingernails and toenails of the dead. During Ragnarok,
Naglfar will be freed from the land and sailed to
the battlefield, by Hrym
along with an army of jotunn.
The ship will lead hordes against the gods in the last war at the end of time,
before a new world will arise from the sea. These
where we have the inundation
the Nordic End-of-Time and we have
a ship which is linked to the
Goddess of Death.
All of which is enough to show that Nostradamus was drawing on a pagan
source for another dimension to his tale of future floods....Wikipedia
discussed in stanza 49 and 50 of the Norse poem Voluspa
Hrym steers from the
east, the waters rise, the mundane snake is coiled in jotun-rage.
The worm beats the
water, and the eagle screams: the pale of beak tears carcases;
That ship fares from the east:
people o'er the sea, and Loki
steers. The monster's kin goes all with the wolf; with them the brother is of Byleist
on their course.
There are also further anagrams of Eddic relevance.
These are Odinn and Sybils-tale,
the latter of which gives the christianised version of the End-of-Days
Anagrams capable of giving meaning to this verse include:
by Serpine study Sybil-tales preassembler
ability syllabise uptrends Bien pres du Tymbre
preſſe la Lybitine
upend wanted guarante[e]adoring adorning Odinn union Vn peu deuant grand inondation
fund unfed imprin[t]s
Islams sentinal assailment Le chef du nef prins mis a la ſentine